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More than just music

April 3, 2009
Posted In: Student Headlines

Thanks to iTunesU, SOMA students are downloading more than just music. ATSU is one of a handful of universities piloting the iTunesU program that makes course content available to students to download online. Students can download password-protected anatomy and pharmacology audio and video content to their computers via iTunes, and those with iPods and iPhones can download content to their mobile devices.

According to Associate Provost O.T. Wendel, Ph.D., as the program grows, more comprehensive course content will be available to students at all five ATSU schools. “Our students will have access to content 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It is sure to become an integral part of how our students study and learn,” he said.

To access iTunesU, visit the portal at https://my.atsu.edu/.

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